Steele Justice (1987)

Director
Robert Boris

Main cast
Martin Kove; Sela Ward; Ronny Cox; Bernie Casey; Peter Kwong

Genres
Action, Drama

Description
Steele is ex-cop and Vietnam vet who is determined to bring down Kwan, former South Vietnamese general and now rich and powerful drug lord.


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